Dwarf Alberta Spruce Tree

Dwarf Alberta Spruce
(Picea glauca) In the wild, this is the northernmost tree of North America, found from Alaska all across Canada and down through parts of New England and the Great Plains.

Dwarf Alberta Spruce is very bushy and well-branched, with needles of blue-green often tinged with white on the underside. The bark is thin and scaly, and if cones are present, they are likely to be green or reddish-brown.